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Tinseltown isn’t the only place to see celebrities. Hollywood is great, (and you will see people there) but you can honestly find your favs from Culver City all the way to the Hills.

How to find them?

Focus on finding YOUR people. If you’re a Hype Beast or sneakerhead, head to the Flight Club store on Fairfax and you’re guaranteed to see a model or musician. Even easier… most of the influencers you know and love have 9 to 5’s in the area. They are literally filming on the streets for a regular paycheck and views.

So, if you have someone you’d like to meet, check out some of these influencers. Chances are, there’s a comedy show or event they’ll be hosting soon.

Here are a couple of note to look out for

King Bach

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One of the highest energy influencers out there, King Bach has a small empire… and it’s not only in LA. The Canadian born actor-comedian is known online for the cheap laughs and his “each one, teach one” attitude.

Canada is in North America, so I’ll use the African-American Proverb. His collaborations have helped other influencers grow and Sprite sell more soda, Amen.

Did you know that most of the videos made are done at regular-degular houses around LA? On any given sunny day, you can see film crews all over the city. There are even some themed places available for short term rent. See if you can find one from .


Gracie Mercedes

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Dominican-American costar of popular Youtube series called my White Boyfriend. Their videos have hundreds of thousands of views. She’s also a popular fashion influencer with just under 78k followers on Instagram and a ton of new credits on IMDB.

If you’re considering a visit to the city to see your favorites perform or to make it big yourself… you should take the leap. LA is always changing and you’ll never see the same city you left.

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